March 17, 2013
Statesboro, Ga. - The Virginia men's golf team finished 11th at the Schenkel Invitational in Stateboro, Ga., that completed play Sunday. The Cavaliers shot 7-over 295 for the second consecutive day to end the 54-hole event at 27-over 891. Alabama, ranked No. 4, took the team title at 16-under 848.
Mac McLaughlin and Denny McCarthy led Virginia with 16th-place finishes at 3-over 219. McCarthy had the Cavaliers best final round, shooting 1-under 71. McLaughlin posted a score of 72 on Sunday. Ji Soo Park was 57th overall at 228 while Nick Tremps was 66th at 230 and Alex Lloyd was 74th at 232. Lloyd led that trio with a 75 while Park shot 77 and Tremps carded an 80.
Alabama's Justin Thomas captured medalist honors at 9-under 207.
Virginia returns to play March 24-26 at the Hootie @Bulls Bay Tournament in Charleston, S.C.
Forest Heights Country Club
Par 72, 6,947 yards
1. Alabama 282-281-285-848
2. Texas 280-285-293-858
3. North Florida 294-291-283-868
4. Florida 285-296-292-873
5. UCF 291-294-292-877
6. Kentucky 294-298-291-883
6. Georgia Southern 297-296-290-883
8. Vanderbilt 292-295-300-887
9. UAB 292-303-294-889
9. Mississippi 301-289-299-889
11. Virginia 301-295-295-891
12. North Texas 296-294-302-892
13. Maryland 296-288-311-895
14. Col. of Charleston 297-301-301-899
15. Notre Dame 297-307-296-900
Individual Leaders 1. Justin Thomas, Alabama 67-70-70-207 2. Brandon Stone, Texas 68-73-69-210 3. Sean Dale, North Florida 71-73-67-211 3. Bobby Wyatt, Alabama 70-70-71-211 5. Cody Gribble, Texas 73-68-71-212 5. Scott Wolfes, Ga Southern 70-72-70-212
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A 1985 graduate of UVA, White worked at the Richmond Times-Dispatch until July 2009. He was honored six times as the state's Sportswriter of the Year.
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